Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Not sweet, in any sense.

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  • adjective Not sweet.

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  • adjective distasteful
  • adjective (of champagne) moderately dry

Etymologies

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un- +‎ sweet

Examples

  • I would also say, "unsweet," but with the proviso that the buttermilk he insists upon for the cornbread requires a pinch (and if you're from the South, you know what a pinch is, if you're not, it requires a Southern grandmother to show you) of sugar.

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  • I would also say, "unsweet," but with the proviso that the buttermilk he insists upon for the cornbread requires a pinch (and if you're from the South, you know what a pinch is, if you're not, it requires a Southern grandmother to show you) of sugar.

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  • I would also say, "unsweet," but with the proviso that the buttermilk he insists upon for the cornbread requires a pinch (and if you're from the South, you know what a pinch is, if you're not, it requires a Southern grandmother to show you) of sugar.

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  • I would also say, "unsweet," but with the proviso that the buttermilk he insists upon for the cornbread requires a pinch (and if you're from the South, you know what a pinch is, if you're not, it requires a Southern grandmother to show you) of sugar.

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  • I would also say, "unsweet," but with the proviso that the buttermilk he insists upon for the cornbread requires a pinch (and if you're from the South, you know what a pinch is, if you're not, it requires a Southern grandmother to show you) of sugar.

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  • I would also say, "unsweet," but with the proviso that the buttermilk he insists upon for the cornbread requires a pinch (and if you're from the South, you know what a pinch is, if you're not, it requires a Southern grandmother to show you) of sugar.

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  • I would also say, "unsweet," but with the proviso that the buttermilk he insists upon for the cornbread requires a pinch (and if you're from the South, you know what a pinch is, if you're not, it requires a Southern grandmother to show you) of sugar.

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  • I would also say, "unsweet," but with the proviso that the buttermilk he insists upon for the cornbread requires a pinch (and if you're from the South, you know what a pinch is, if you're not, it requires a Southern grandmother to show you) of sugar.

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  • I would also say, "unsweet," but with the proviso that the buttermilk he insists upon for the cornbread requires a pinch (and if you're from the South, you know what a pinch is, if you're not, it requires a Southern grandmother to show you) of sugar.

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  • I would also say, "unsweet," but with the proviso that the buttermilk he insists upon for the cornbread requires a pinch (and if you're from the South, you know what a pinch is, if you're not, it requires a Southern grandmother to show you) of sugar.

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  • Iced tea, served in the southern US, in it's unnatural, non-sweetened form.

    October 13, 2007

  • Unsweetened.

    October 13, 2007

  • Skipvia,

    Thank you. Thank you very much for spelling iced tea correctly. Bless your heart.

    Did you think about adding caf and decaf? Probably uselessness will crumple up in a ball, moaning. ;)

    October 13, 2007

  • I love how, though fully aware of the effects of such an action, you still encourage skipvia to do it. Thanks, chica.

    October 13, 2007

  • Not a chance, uselessness. I'm going to let this one drop...

    Except to say that I'm sorry for the grammatical error in my original comment. Shoulda said "its."

    October 13, 2007

  • I must be getting rusty, didn't even catch that one! :-P

    October 13, 2007

  • You know skipvia, you can edit your own comments. (I do it shamelessly, all the time.)

    October 13, 2007

  • I do it shamefully. Repeatedly.

    How are you feeling, uselessness? ;)

    October 13, 2007

  • I even edited that very comment, to add "your own" so that I didn't mislead skipvia into thinking s/he could edit other people's comments.

    October 13, 2007

  • I'm not a girl, arby, but I do play one on the Internet. Sometimes.

    October 13, 2007